Gold Price In GBP Up 4% On Brexit and UK Risks

Gold Price In GBP Rises 4% On Brexit and UK Economy Risks


- Pound fell 2% against gold yesterday after Theresa May created Brexit concerns 


- May’s ‘Hard Brexit’ denial does not calm markets growing fears


- Investors concerned about lack of government strategy and uncertainty


- UK Prime Minister bizarrely blames media and “those who print things” for sterling depreciation


- GBP gold builds on 31% gain in 2016 with 4% gain so far in 2017


gold-price-in-gbp-2017Gold in GBP – 1 Year and Timeline (GoldCore)


1. June 24: Brexit: Gold surged 20% in sterling to £1,015/oz in two days after UK votes to leave EU
2. August 4: Bank of England expands QE – launches latest massive money printing experiment
3. October 6: “Flash crash” — pound collapses 5% against gold in just over a minute
4. January 9: Pound falls another 2% against gold as UK PM fails to reassure markets




Gold rose to its highest in over one a month today as fears that the UK will have a ‘Hard Brexit’ with the EU led to safe-haven buying.


The pound fell sharply yesterday and gold in sterling terms rose from £954/oz to £973/oz after weekend comments from British Prime Minister Theresa May sparked concerns that Britain would drastically change trade, immigration and other relations with the EU after Brexit.


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